Tag: Disaster Recovery @en

Zerto: Beyond Disaster Recovery

Zerto, one of the companies I met during last Tech Filed Extra at VMworld and already well know for its Disaster Recovery solution, has recently announced Cloud Fabric. This is the evolution of its DR&BC solution for VMware environments to a new platform capable of supporting different hypervisors (VMware and Hyper-V) and public cloud providers (Amazon AWS first, others later). Two words on Zerto The success of Zerto with service providers (more than 150 installations) and enterprises (600+ customers) comes from various reasons but, from my point of view, the most important are ease of use, reliability and hardware...

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Video: Terry Cunningham (President of Evault)

Terry Cunningham, President of Evault (a Seagate company), talks about the services offered by his company and why it is delivering them through the channel. I met Terry in December and he also spent some time talking about Evault’s future. It’s interesting to see how this cloud company is targeting the market through a 100% channel based model and the number of services they are planning to release in the next few Qs. It is becoming a 360° Storage-as-a-Service provider! I’ll write more about them very soon… but, in the meantime, enjoy this video! Terry Cunningham (Evault’s President) from...

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Virtualsharp: DR in the clouds

Few weeks ago I had the opportunity to be briefed by Virtualsharp about their DR management solution for VMware environments. There are two things that I like about this story: the product and their new cloud offering. The product The product is pretty new, Virtualsharp started development of this product in 2007, for a specific project, but then they added features and functions and launched it as a public available package at the end of 2008. At the end of 2011 the product was enhanced with an improved GUI, host based replication, automated failback options, application aware snapshots and...

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